Alternative products to FSNotes

11 alternative and related products to FSNotes

FSNotes

File system notes manager

FSNotes is modern text editor (like nvALT) on steroids.

FSNotes respect open formats: plain/text, markdown, rtf, and stores data in file system. You can view, edit, copy data in favourite external editor and see live result in FSNotes.

Markdown eidtor highlight code blocks on 170 languages, inline images available too.

Swift 4, open source.

11 Alternatives to FSNotes

A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so you can write wherever inspiration strikes.

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Alexandre Bantz
Alexandre Bantz- iOS @BCG DV
Elegant and focused interface, markdown support, available on macOS and iOS, decent pricing and sustainable business model -> the best note taking app!
Zaheer Merali
Zaheer Merali- Entrepreneur, advisor, startup COO
Simple, elegant, well-designed. Exactly the right set of features - markdown, formatting, sync with mobile apps - at a great price. Best note taking app I've ever used - and I've used a lot of them!
Steve Lesnard
Steve Lesnard- Integrated Marketing and Consumer Expert
I've been using Bear for about a year now after years of using Mac OS default Notes app. The Bear app is leaps and bounds ahead of the Notes app in terms of usability, note tracking, and crossing to-do's off your list. I highly recommend the switch to Bear.
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The Verge
Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. As of this week, after the better part of a decade, I'm no longer an Evernote user.
The Next Web
I'm in love with a note-taking app for the first time since Evernote wowed me almost a decade ago. 'Bear' is what Notes should have been. Hell, it might be what Notes still aspires to be. It walks the perfect line between simple and feature-rich while offering robust options for organization, search, and - I ...
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A beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose
36 Alternatives to Bear

Simple no hassle notes app in a beautiful material design

☞ Fully Offline: Don't like companies storing your data, no problem this note app is fully offline.

☞ Rich Note Input: Add rich notes - lists, headings, quotes and more.

☞ Markdown Support: The text elements have markdown support

☞ Choice of Grid / List layouts

☞ Simple UX: Simplistic and straight forward UI.

☞ Archived, Favourites, and more

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9 Alternatives to Material Notes

Notational Velocity with MultiMarkdown features

Recommendations
Brandon Wu
Brandon Wu- Co-founder, markd.co
I use nvALT with Dropbox sync, and keep notes in either .txt or .md files. This way they can be used across platforms and I don't have to rely on a cloud service if I ever want to export them.
Taylor Banks
Taylor Banks
No idea how nValt isn't at the top of this list, but it's essentially a rewrite of Notational Velocity with additional features and interface modifications. Developed by @brettterpstra and @elasticthreads. Brilliant in its simplicity, unparalleled in its utility.
Tweegenic1
Tweegenic1- Noble Investor
If you want to write in Markdown format, nvalt is a great choice. But, if you want to write in RTF format; or want to drop images (snaps from the pdf file while reading), I think Curiota is really made for it. I find Curiota very effective little app for taking notes because, unlike any other mac application, it has the capability to float on top of other a… See more
1 Alternatives to nValt

Delegate note management and focus on the important stuff.

Filterize is a cloud service that acts as your personal Evernote assistant. Tell the software how you organize your notes or just let its Artificial Intelligence learn how to do it automatically. Filterize will then manage your notes in the background, eliminating repetitive tasks, avoiding errors and saving you time.

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Medium
Evernote is a popular note-taking software which is used by more than 200 million people around the world. However, the app provides only very basic support for organizing data, so users have to expend effort in maintaining its structure. Fortunately, Artificial Intelligence can automate many of these tedious housekeeping activities.
Medium
If you are a busy professional, you probably use a note-taking tool to store your information. If so, you will likely spend a lot of time managing your data, which consumes time and attention that you would prefer to invest in creative work. We thought this was a problem, so we built a tool to solve it.
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